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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:40 am

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Well, I got to go to bed now. Got class early tomorrow. Ugh....

B. Seay ya!

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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:40 am

SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

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Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?

After the bride-to-be slaps him, he'll deny everything and eventually have escorted out of there.

What if you happened to be right and he said "it's true!"

Or what if before he denies it the bride-to-be says "you, too?"

No marriage for him. No

So the preacher would just go "Censored you guys, I'm out of here" and be gone?

Would he have to give the donation back?

I wouldn't but I'd imagine he would feel obligated to.

That's what I figured.

They say those things are free but you always have to give them money.

I think the free funeral for my grandma cost $200. We got our money's worth - he read the whole new testament.

LMAO !! Not that she died...

It was too bad about her dying. I lost a job. I kind of cared a while after the funeral which surprised me. Seeing those baby pictures of me and then pictures of people I don't know can be tough emotionally for some reason.


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Speaking of dead people, I have a picture of my grandma in her casket with sunglasses on. Is this normal?


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:41 am

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Well, I got to go to bed now. Got class early tomorrow. Ugh....

B. Seay ya!

Sorry

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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:41 am

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Well, I got to go to bed now. Got class early tomorrow. Ugh....

B. Seay ya!

It's okay, you can tell us the truth. You are sick of Cat's questions huh? Nod

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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:41 am

catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

-------

Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?

After the bride-to-be slaps him, he'll deny everything and eventually have escorted out of there.

What if you happened to be right and he said "it's true!"

Or what if before he denies it the bride-to-be says "you, too?"

No marriage for him. No

So the preacher would just go "Censored you guys, I'm out of here" and be gone?

Would he have to give the donation back?

I wouldn't but I'd imagine he would feel obligated to.

That's what I figured.

They say those things are free but you always have to give them money.

I think the free funeral for my grandma cost $200. We got our money's worth - he read the whole new testament.

LMAO !! Not that she died...

It was too bad about her dying. I lost a job. I kind of cared a while after the funeral which surprised me. Seeing those baby pictures of me and then pictures of people I don't know can be tough emotionally for some reason.


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Speaking of dead people, I have a picture of my grandma in her casket with sunglasses on. Is this normal?

Not the least bit.
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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:41 am

catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

-------

Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?

After the bride-to-be slaps him, he'll deny everything and eventually have escorted out of there.

What if you happened to be right and he said "it's true!"

Or what if before he denies it the bride-to-be says "you, too?"

No marriage for him. No

So the preacher would just go "Censored you guys, I'm out of here" and be gone?

Would he have to give the donation back?

I wouldn't but I'd imagine he would feel obligated to.

That's what I figured.

They say those things are free but you always have to give them money.

I think the free funeral for my grandma cost $200. We got our money's worth - he read the whole new testament.

LMAO !! Not that she died...

It was too bad about her dying. I lost a job. I kind of cared a while after the funeral which surprised me. Seeing those baby pictures of me and then pictures of people I don't know can be tough emotionally for some reason.


------

Speaking of dead people, I have a picture of my grandma in her casket with sunglasses on. Is this normal?

I didn't take the picture. I was at school not attending the viewing and my mom texted it to me.


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:41 am

catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

-------

Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?

After the bride-to-be slaps him, he'll deny everything and eventually have escorted out of there.

What if you happened to be right and he said "it's true!"

Or what if before he denies it the bride-to-be says "you, too?"

No marriage for him. No

So the preacher would just go "Censored you guys, I'm out of here" and be gone?

Pretty much. He'd ask if he should continue and if either (or both) say no, the wedding is over and everyone leaves.

Got it!

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What if instead of the stripper thing some woman stood up and said "he's my husband" and the groom said it's true. There'd be no need to ask there since the wedding wouldn't be valid anyways, right?

Yeah, if the priest finds out that he''s already married chances are he won't continue the wedding.


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:42 am

catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

-------

Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?

After the bride-to-be slaps him, he'll deny everything and eventually have escorted out of there.

What if you happened to be right and he said "it's true!"

Or what if before he denies it the bride-to-be says "you, too?"

No marriage for him. No

So the preacher would just go "Censored you guys, I'm out of here" and be gone?

Would he have to give the donation back?

I wouldn't but I'd imagine he would feel obligated to.

That's what I figured.

They say those things are free but you always have to give them money.

I think the free funeral for my grandma cost $200. We got our money's worth - he read the whole new testament.

LMAO !! Not that she died...

It was too bad about her dying. I lost a job. I kind of cared a while after the funeral which surprised me. Seeing those baby pictures of me and then pictures of people I don't know can be tough emotionally for some reason.


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Speaking of dead people, I have a picture of my grandma in her casket with sunglasses on. Is this normal?

Uh.. no?
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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:42 am

gdennis59 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

-------

Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?

After the bride-to-be slaps him, he'll deny everything and eventually have escorted out of there.

What if you happened to be right and he said "it's true!"

Or what if before he denies it the bride-to-be says "you, too?"

No marriage for him. No

So the preacher would just go "Censored you guys, I'm out of here" and be gone?

Would he have to give the donation back?

I wouldn't but I'd imagine he would feel obligated to.

That's what I figured.

They say those things are free but you always have to give them money.

I think the free funeral for my grandma cost $200. We got our money's worth - he read the whole new testament.

LMAO !! Not that she died...

It was too bad about her dying. I lost a job. I kind of cared a while after the funeral which surprised me. Seeing those baby pictures of me and then pictures of people I don't know can be tough emotionally for some reason.


------

Speaking of dead people, I have a picture of my grandma in her casket with sunglasses on. Is this normal?

Not the least bit.

ashamed

My family is fucked up though. For about 2 years (seriously) we had a picture of my great-grandmother in her casket on our fridge


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:43 am

catbox_9 wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

-------

Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?

After the bride-to-be slaps him, he'll deny everything and eventually have escorted out of there.

What if you happened to be right and he said "it's true!"

Or what if before he denies it the bride-to-be says "you, too?"

No marriage for him. No

So the preacher would just go "Censored you guys, I'm out of here" and be gone?

Would he have to give the donation back?

I wouldn't but I'd imagine he would feel obligated to.

That's what I figured.

They say those things are free but you always have to give them money.

I think the free funeral for my grandma cost $200. We got our money's worth - he read the whole new testament.

LMAO !! Not that she died...

It was too bad about her dying. I lost a job. I kind of cared a while after the funeral which surprised me. Seeing those baby pictures of me and then pictures of people I don't know can be tough emotionally for some reason.


------

Speaking of dead people, I have a picture of my grandma in her casket with sunglasses on. Is this normal?

Not the least bit.

ashamed

My family is fucked up though. For about 2 years (seriously) we had a picture of my great-grandmother in her casket on our fridge

LMAO That IS really fucked up.
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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:43 am

catbox_9 wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

-------

Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?

After the bride-to-be slaps him, he'll deny everything and eventually have escorted out of there.

What if you happened to be right and he said "it's true!"

Or what if before he denies it the bride-to-be says "you, too?"

No marriage for him. No

So the preacher would just go "Censored you guys, I'm out of here" and be gone?

Would he have to give the donation back?

I wouldn't but I'd imagine he would feel obligated to.

That's what I figured.

They say those things are free but you always have to give them money.

I think the free funeral for my grandma cost $200. We got our money's worth - he read the whole new testament.

LMAO !! Not that she died...

It was too bad about her dying. I lost a job. I kind of cared a while after the funeral which surprised me. Seeing those baby pictures of me and then pictures of people I don't know can be tough emotionally for some reason.


------

Speaking of dead people, I have a picture of my grandma in her casket with sunglasses on. Is this normal?

Not the least bit.

ashamed

My family is fucked up though. For about 2 years (seriously) we had a picture of my great-grandmother in her casket on our fridge

Uh... scratch
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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:44 am

bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

-------

Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?

After the bride-to-be slaps him, he'll deny everything and eventually have escorted out of there.

What if you happened to be right and he said "it's true!"

Or what if before he denies it the bride-to-be says "you, too?"

No marriage for him. No

So the preacher would just go "Censored you guys, I'm out of here" and be gone?

Pretty much. He'd ask if he should continue and if either (or both) say no, the wedding is over and everyone leaves.

Got it!

-------
What if instead of the stripper thing some woman stood up and said "he's my husband" and the groom said it's true. There'd be no need to ask there since the wedding wouldn't be valid anyways, right?

Yeah, if the priest finds out that he''s already married chances are he won't continue the wedding.

What if it's a Cherokee wedding in Oklahoma? Oklahoman law says they have to recognize all Cherokee weddings. There was a suit pending because some Cherokee priest married two women.


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:45 am

gdennis59 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

-------

Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?

After the bride-to-be slaps him, he'll deny everything and eventually have escorted out of there.

What if you happened to be right and he said "it's true!"

Or what if before he denies it the bride-to-be says "you, too?"

No marriage for him. No

So the preacher would just go "Censored you guys, I'm out of here" and be gone?

Would he have to give the donation back?

I wouldn't but I'd imagine he would feel obligated to.

That's what I figured.

They say those things are free but you always have to give them money.

I think the free funeral for my grandma cost $200. We got our money's worth - he read the whole new testament.

LMAO !! Not that she died...

It was too bad about her dying. I lost a job. I kind of cared a while after the funeral which surprised me. Seeing those baby pictures of me and then pictures of people I don't know can be tough emotionally for some reason.


------

Speaking of dead people, I have a picture of my grandma in her casket with sunglasses on. Is this normal?

Not the least bit.

ashamed

My family is fucked up though. For about 2 years (seriously) we had a picture of my great-grandmother in her casket on our fridge

LMAO That IS really fucked up.

Watch your fucking mouth young man!

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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:45 am

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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:46 am

SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

-------

Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?

After the bride-to-be slaps him, he'll deny everything and eventually have escorted out of there.

What if you happened to be right and he said "it's true!"

Or what if before he denies it the bride-to-be says "you, too?"

No marriage for him. No

So the preacher would just go "Censored you guys, I'm out of here" and be gone?

Would he have to give the donation back?

I wouldn't but I'd imagine he would feel obligated to.

That's what I figured.

They say those things are free but you always have to give them money.

I think the free funeral for my grandma cost $200. We got our money's worth - he read the whole new testament.

LMAO !! Not that she died...

It was too bad about her dying. I lost a job. I kind of cared a while after the funeral which surprised me. Seeing those baby pictures of me and then pictures of people I don't know can be tough emotionally for some reason.


------

Speaking of dead people, I have a picture of my grandma in her casket with sunglasses on. Is this normal?

Not the least bit.

ashamed

My family is fucked up though. For about 2 years (seriously) we had a picture of my great-grandmother in her casket on our fridge

Uh... scratch

My sister's ex-boyfriend's friend was telling me how when his grandma died they had a family portrait with the whole family in front of the casket and got her in, too.


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:46 am

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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:46 am

catbox_9 wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

-------

Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?

After the bride-to-be slaps him, he'll deny everything and eventually have escorted out of there.

What if you happened to be right and he said "it's true!"

Or what if before he denies it the bride-to-be says "you, too?"

No marriage for him. No

So the preacher would just go "Censored you guys, I'm out of here" and be gone?

Would he have to give the donation back?

I wouldn't but I'd imagine he would feel obligated to.

That's what I figured.

They say those things are free but you always have to give them money.

I think the free funeral for my grandma cost $200. We got our money's worth - he read the whole new testament.

LMAO !! Not that she died...

It was too bad about her dying. I lost a job. I kind of cared a while after the funeral which surprised me. Seeing those baby pictures of me and then pictures of people I don't know can be tough emotionally for some reason.


------

Speaking of dead people, I have a picture of my grandma in her casket with sunglasses on. Is this normal?

Not the least bit.

ashamed

My family is fucked up though. For about 2 years (seriously) we had a picture of my great-grandmother in her casket on our fridge

LMAO That IS really fucked up.

Watch your fucking mouth young man!

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That is not a fun conversation with the Principal, trust me whistle
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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:46 am

catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

-------

Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?

After the bride-to-be slaps him, he'll deny everything and eventually have escorted out of there.

What if you happened to be right and he said "it's true!"

Or what if before he denies it the bride-to-be says "you, too?"

No marriage for him. No

So the preacher would just go "Censored you guys, I'm out of here" and be gone?

Pretty much. He'd ask if he should continue and if either (or both) say no, the wedding is over and everyone leaves.

Got it!

-------
What if instead of the stripper thing some woman stood up and said "he's my husband" and the groom said it's true. There'd be no need to ask there since the wedding wouldn't be valid anyways, right?

Yeah, if the priest finds out that he''s already married chances are he won't continue the wedding.

What if it's a Cherokee wedding in Oklahoma? Oklahoman law says they have to recognize all Cherokee weddings. There was a suit pending because some Cherokee priest married two women.

LMAO You think of the funniest scenarios
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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:47 am

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Holy shit the Nats tied it Stunned

Holy fucking shit!

Jaw Drop I know!
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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:47 am

catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

-------

Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?

After the bride-to-be slaps him, he'll deny everything and eventually have escorted out of there.

What if you happened to be right and he said "it's true!"

Or what if before he denies it the bride-to-be says "you, too?"

No marriage for him. No

So the preacher would just go "Censored you guys, I'm out of here" and be gone?

Would he have to give the donation back?

I wouldn't but I'd imagine he would feel obligated to.

That's what I figured.

They say those things are free but you always have to give them money.

I think the free funeral for my grandma cost $200. We got our money's worth - he read the whole new testament.

LMAO !! Not that she died...

It was too bad about her dying. I lost a job. I kind of cared a while after the funeral which surprised me. Seeing those baby pictures of me and then pictures of people I don't know can be tough emotionally for some reason.


------

Speaking of dead people, I have a picture of my grandma in her casket with sunglasses on. Is this normal?

Not the least bit.

ashamed

My family is fucked up though. For about 2 years (seriously) we had a picture of my great-grandmother in her casket on our fridge

Uh... scratch

My sister's ex-boyfriend's friend was telling me how when his grandma died they had a family portrait with the whole family in front of the casket and got her in, too.

Speaking of funerals (this question probably only applies to SoulRat because gdennis isn't old)....

Is the song "Stairway to Heaven" appropriate to play? I tried my hardest to get them to play that at my grandma's funeral but my family wouldn't do it rant

Instead they played a bunch of crap. I didn't think I was asking for too much. I mean I could have asked for "She's Not There" or "Evil Woman"


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:47 am

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Holy fucking shit!

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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:48 am

SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

-------

Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?

After the bride-to-be slaps him, he'll deny everything and eventually have escorted out of there.

What if you happened to be right and he said "it's true!"

Or what if before he denies it the bride-to-be says "you, too?"

No marriage for him. No

So the preacher would just go "Censored you guys, I'm out of here" and be gone?

Would he have to give the donation back?

I wouldn't but I'd imagine he would feel obligated to.

That's what I figured.

They say those things are free but you always have to give them money.

I think the free funeral for my grandma cost $200. We got our money's worth - he read the whole new testament.

LMAO !! Not that she died...

It was too bad about her dying. I lost a job. I kind of cared a while after the funeral which surprised me. Seeing those baby pictures of me and then pictures of people I don't know can be tough emotionally for some reason.


------

Speaking of dead people, I have a picture of my grandma in her casket with sunglasses on. Is this normal?

Not the least bit.

ashamed

My family is fucked up though. For about 2 years (seriously) we had a picture of my great-grandmother in her casket on our fridge

LMAO That IS really fucked up.

Watch your fucking mouth young man!

Spoiler:
 

That is not a fun conversation with the Principal, trust me whistle

LMAO

That's the problem with kids. I mean you let them break rules they shouldn't break but they don't do it right. You tell them they can tell you to fuck off but they don't...instead they tell the teacher to fuck off.

You tell them they can have all the porn they want, but they don't want it until they're at church.


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:49 am

gdennis59 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

-------

Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?

After the bride-to-be slaps him, he'll deny everything and eventually have escorted out of there.

What if you happened to be right and he said "it's true!"

Or what if before he denies it the bride-to-be says "you, too?"

No marriage for him. No

So the preacher would just go "Censored you guys, I'm out of here" and be gone?

Pretty much. He'd ask if he should continue and if either (or both) say no, the wedding is over and everyone leaves.

Got it!

-------
What if instead of the stripper thing some woman stood up and said "he's my husband" and the groom said it's true. There'd be no need to ask there since the wedding wouldn't be valid anyways, right?

Yeah, if the priest finds out that he''s already married chances are he won't continue the wedding.

What if it's a Cherokee wedding in Oklahoma? Oklahoman law says they have to recognize all Cherokee weddings. There was a suit pending because some Cherokee priest married two women.

LMAO You think of the funniest scenarios

Thanks :haha:


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:49 am

this conversation is waaaaaay too long.
It's hard to read.
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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:50 am

catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

-------

Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?

After the bride-to-be slaps him, he'll deny everything and eventually have escorted out of there.

What if you happened to be right and he said "it's true!"

Or what if before he denies it the bride-to-be says "you, too?"

No marriage for him. No

So the preacher would just go "Censored you guys, I'm out of here" and be gone?

Would he have to give the donation back?

I wouldn't but I'd imagine he would feel obligated to.

That's what I figured.

They say those things are free but you always have to give them money.

I think the free funeral for my grandma cost $200. We got our money's worth - he read the whole new testament.

LMAO !! Not that she died...

It was too bad about her dying. I lost a job. I kind of cared a while after the funeral which surprised me. Seeing those baby pictures of me and then pictures of people I don't know can be tough emotionally for some reason.


------

Speaking of dead people, I have a picture of my grandma in her casket with sunglasses on. Is this normal?

Not the least bit.

ashamed

My family is fucked up though. For about 2 years (seriously) we had a picture of my great-grandmother in her casket on our fridge

LMAO That IS really fucked up.

Watch your fucking mouth young man!

Spoiler:
 

That is not a fun conversation with the Principal, trust me whistle

LMAO

That's the problem with kids. I mean you let them break rules they shouldn't break but they don't do it right. You tell them they can tell you to fuck off but they don't...instead they tell the teacher to fuck off.

You tell them they can have all the porn they want, but they don't want it until they're at church.

Speaking of kids, I made a baby stop crying last weekend. People think I'm a moron but this baby girl was crying at this party and the parents were AWOL so I made it stop. The parents came back and they looked really pissed I was messing with their baby.


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:50 am

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this conversation is waaaaaay too long.
It's hard to read.

Yeah, the quotes are a little messed up.


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:50 am

catbox_9 wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

-------

Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?

After the bride-to-be slaps him, he'll deny everything and eventually have escorted out of there.

What if you happened to be right and he said "it's true!"

Or what if before he denies it the bride-to-be says "you, too?"

No marriage for him. No

So the preacher would just go "Censored you guys, I'm out of here" and be gone?

Pretty much. He'd ask if he should continue and if either (or both) say no, the wedding is over and everyone leaves.

Got it!

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What if instead of the stripper thing some woman stood up and said "he's my husband" and the groom said it's true. There'd be no need to ask there since the wedding wouldn't be valid anyways, right?

Yeah, if the priest finds out that he''s already married chances are he won't continue the wedding.

What if it's a Cherokee wedding in Oklahoma? Oklahoman law says they have to recognize all Cherokee weddings. There was a suit pending because some Cherokee priest married two women.

LMAO You think of the funniest scenarios

Thanks :haha:

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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:50 am

catbox_9 wrote:
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SoulRat wrote:
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gdennis59 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

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Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?

After the bride-to-be slaps him, he'll deny everything and eventually have escorted out of there.

What if you happened to be right and he said "it's true!"

Or what if before he denies it the bride-to-be says "you, too?"

No marriage for him. No

So the preacher would just go "Censored you guys, I'm out of here" and be gone?

Would he have to give the donation back?

I wouldn't but I'd imagine he would feel obligated to.

That's what I figured.

They say those things are free but you always have to give them money.

I think the free funeral for my grandma cost $200. We got our money's worth - he read the whole new testament.

LMAO !! Not that she died...

It was too bad about her dying. I lost a job. I kind of cared a while after the funeral which surprised me. Seeing those baby pictures of me and then pictures of people I don't know can be tough emotionally for some reason.


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Speaking of dead people, I have a picture of my grandma in her casket with sunglasses on. Is this normal?

Not the least bit.

ashamed

My family is fucked up though. For about 2 years (seriously) we had a picture of my great-grandmother in her casket on our fridge

Uh... scratch

My sister's ex-boyfriend's friend was telling me how when his grandma died they had a family portrait with the whole family in front of the casket and got her in, too.

Speaking of funerals (this question probably only applies to SoulRat because gdennis isn't old)....

Is the song "Stairway to Heaven" appropriate to play? I tried my hardest to get them to play that at my grandma's funeral but my family wouldn't do it rant

Instead they played a bunch of crap. I didn't think I was asking for too much. I mean I could have asked for "She's Not There" or "Evil Woman"

Seriously I don't know, I don't know the song that well other than it's by Led Zepplin, my husband just said and I quote: "Fuck yeah! That song is appropriate for any fucking thing." Soo... I guess?


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:51 am

catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

-------

Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?

After the bride-to-be slaps him, he'll deny everything and eventually have escorted out of there.

What if you happened to be right and he said "it's true!"

Or what if before he denies it the bride-to-be says "you, too?"

No marriage for him. No

So the preacher would just go "Censored you guys, I'm out of here" and be gone?

Would he have to give the donation back?

I wouldn't but I'd imagine he would feel obligated to.

That's what I figured.

They say those things are free but you always have to give them money.

I think the free funeral for my grandma cost $200. We got our money's worth - he read the whole new testament.

LMAO !! Not that she died...

It was too bad about her dying. I lost a job. I kind of cared a while after the funeral which surprised me. Seeing those baby pictures of me and then pictures of people I don't know can be tough emotionally for some reason.


------

Speaking of dead people, I have a picture of my grandma in her casket with sunglasses on. Is this normal?

Not the least bit.

ashamed

My family is fucked up though. For about 2 years (seriously) we had a picture of my great-grandmother in her casket on our fridge

LMAO That IS really fucked up.

Watch your fucking mouth young man!

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That is not a fun conversation with the Principal, trust me whistle

LMAO

That's the problem with kids. I mean you let them break rules they shouldn't break but they don't do it right. You tell them they can tell you to fuck off but they don't...instead they tell the teacher to fuck off.

You tell them they can have all the porn they want, but they don't want it until they're at church.

LMAO yep Nod
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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:52 am

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this conversation is waaaaaay too long.
It's hard to read.

Yeah, the quotes are a little messed up.

Nod This is really hard to follow. I left for like 10 minutes and came back and didn't understand anything that was going on.
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